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Backward Classes Welfare Minister Anil Rajbhar.
- Minister Anil Rajbhar gave a statement in Ballia
- Said – Government will fulfill every goal of social justice
Backward Classes Welfare Minister Anil Rajbhar in Yogi government said in Ballia on Wednesday that if there is a need in reservation for backward classes in Uttar Pradesh, there will be a partition. Taking a dig at the earlier governments, he said that in the previous government, 27.5 percent of the backward classes got 67.56 percent reservation for a particular caste. But now it will not be. Soon, the Yogi government is going to divide the 27 percent reservation into three parts, backward, extremely backward and extremely backward.
Social Justice Committee submitted report
If there is a need to achieve the goal of social justice, we will classify reservation. Other options will also be considered. See what has happened in the last 14 years? How mobilization takes place in the name of the backward. They form the government not once but four times. The poor person keeps looking. In the name of reservation, people take the cream after cutting. The report of the Social Justice Committee has suggested considering the classification of reservations.
60% of reservation, quota in quota already applied in these states
So far, in Uttar Pradesh 27% reservation for Other Backward Classes, 21% for Scheduled Castes and 2% for Scheduled Tribes. After the release of Uttar Pradesh Lok Seva (Reservation for Economically Weaker Sections) Act last year, 10% more reservation was added for the poor. Thus the total percentage of reservation is 60. Quotas are applicable for quota in Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Haryana, Bihar, West Bengal, Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu.